Author: Benjamin Millar

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Bought a lottery ticket in Brunswick lately? Check your pockets. [Read More]
Brazen thieves have pulled the wool over the eyes of authorities by making off with 60 sheep from a Ballarat stockyard. [Read More]
A council has been forced to apologise after a blunder in which graffiti removal contractors tore down artwork. [Read More]
A council has been forced to apologise after a blunder in which graffiti removal contractors tore down artwork. [Read More]
A trailblazing activist for Aboriginal rights could be recognised with the renaming of the Federal electorate of Gellibrand in his honour. [Read More]
For Leanne Webb it will be the loss of a companion of 20 years, the constant backdrop to her domestic life. [Read More]
For Leanne Webb it will be the loss of a companion of 20 years, the constant backdrop to her domestic life. [Read More]
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A Mercedes driver has died in a fiery crash in Melbourne's east early on Saturday morning. [Read More]
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A man suspected of killing a nurse in a hit-run crash was behind the wheel in another fatal crash years ago. [Read More]
Signalling issues are causing major delays for commuters hoping to reach Flemington Racecourse before Winx jumps the gates in the Turnbull Stakes. [Read More]
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A Frenchman has earned the ire of Indonesian authorities by filming himself perched on the edge of the crater of active Balinese volcano Mount Agung. [Read More]
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A woman made a lucky escape from her sinking car after crashing into the Yarra River early Saturday morning. [Read More]
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Some 75,000 Tigers members face a scramble for just 17,000 tickets allocated to club fans... [Read More]
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Some 75,000 Tigers members face a scramble for just 17,000 tickets allocated to club fans... [Read More]
Three Protective Services Officers have been injured in an early morning attack outside Flinders Street Station. [Read More]
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Fire has ripped through a luxury house in Melbourne's south-east, in an exclusive street once home to late ex-prime minister Robert Menzies. [Read More]
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Just when you thought it was safe to bare your pale legs, winter has returned with a vengeance. [Read More]
Senior state government ministers have rubbished claims by Opposition Leader Matthew Guy that he knew nothing about a substantial payout to a staffer over ... [Read More]
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The dead and injured in Barcelona were a snapshot of the world - men, women and children from nearly three dozen nations. [Read More]
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The Bureau of Meteorology says the warmer weather experienced at the start of the week was unlikely to return any time soon. [Read More]
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